Valda Connelly, Liz Gustus, Kirstin Honey, Janine McKenzie, Genevieve Roberts and Nikki Watson.
Garbage by Helen Wyngard
Lisa Berry, Maryanne Doolan and Andrew Gaylard.
Gay Bell / Marie Darby
Torquay Theatre Troupe/ Anglesea Performing Arts/Three Short Plays.
I have seen most TTT productions since moving here (Torquay) in 2002. Last Thursday I saw the current production, Three Short Plays, in conjunction with the APA at the Senior Citizens. It demonstrates an obvious leap in production values and polish of performance that surpasses any previous event I have attended at TTT over the past five years.The one act dramas by the local Torquay players are both thought provoking as well as entertaining. They challenge the personal perceptions of the way we view the life experience of others, yet manage a well deserved laugh as a bonus really.The two TTT plays are separated by the Anglesea players lifting the energy level and brain working with a rapid fire delivery that I find hard to describe but recommend you experience.With the provision of more professional sets, lighting and crew, the Three Short Plays are definitely the best $17- spent for superb entertainment ($6.33 a performance over two hours) complemented by some flavoursome rough red at the right price in Torquay this Spring.
PO Box 417
by Helen Wyngard
In the blinking of an eye
by Jeremy Hilton Davies
both directed by Michael Baker
Written by Peter Handke and Directed by Iris Walsh-Howling
by Anglesea Performing Arts
September 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 and 12 (8pm)
Matinee September 6 at 2pm
$17 / $13
“Connections season” pictures
Senior Citizens Hall, Torquay – Three Performances